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Title: [2019-02-26]Cryptocurrency Phone Makerís Plans For Banking
Post by: ppblockchain on February 26, 2019, 02:33:22 PM
It is already widely broadcasted that Sikur; a security based company is debuting its very own mobile banking platform. Its Android app store will be launched also.

While the transformation for mobile banking is already building up, an issue in the minds of individuals is if the mobile applications can be trusted. Lots of phone owners have not found the answer to this question.

For Sikur, they have launched their mobile banking platform at the Mobile World Congress. It was launched in Barcelona. For those unaware of what Sikur is, Sikur is a company that focuses on creating phones that are based on security.

Sikur has also taken the step to change the looming question on our minds pertaining to the trustworthiness of mobile banking apps.

Read more : https://paperblockchain.com/cryptocurrency-phone-makers-plans-for-banking (https://paperblockchain.com/cryptocurrency-phone-makers-plans-for-banking)


Title: Re: [2019-02-26]Cryptocurrency Phone Makerís Plans For Banking
Post by: btyco on March 04, 2019, 04:33:02 PM
Does this mean mobile banking for fiat money or is it for crypto? The new samsung mobile has a built in crypto wallet, or they can use telcoin which uses the mobile network for banking rather than the internet


Title: Re: [2019-02-26]Cryptocurrency Phone Makerís Plans For Banking
Post by: sunsilk on March 04, 2019, 09:46:28 PM
Does this mean mobile banking for fiat money or is it for crypto? The new samsung mobile has a built in crypto wallet, or they can use telcoin which uses the mobile network for banking rather than the internet
Base on the article, it was said that this phone had its own built in cryptocurrency wallet.
As a matter of fact, during the 2018 Mobile World Congress, they debuted a phone that cannot be hacked. This phone also had its own Cryptocurrency wallet attached to it.

I guess the picture that's on that article is the actual app, you can see the 'cryptocurrency' tab on the dashboard.